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Central One received plaque for community service

(l to r) Jennifer Micarelli-Webb, drama teacher at Oak Middle and High schools; Bonnie Narcisi director of the Music and Theatre Department of Shrewsbury Schools; George Smith, SSMA board member; David L'Ecuyer, president/CEO of Central One; and John Geremia, SSMA president. (Photo/submitted)

(l to r) Jennifer Micarelli-Webb, drama teacher at Oak Middle and High schools; Bonnie Narcisi director of the Music and Theatre Department of Shrewsbury Schools; George Smith, SSMA board member; David L’Ecuyer, president/CEO of Central One; and John Geremia, SSMA president. (Photo/submitted)

Shrewsbury – The Shrewsbury Schools Music and Theatre Association (SSMA) recently presented Central One Federal Credit Union with a plaque for their service to the community. In March 2012, Shrewsbury Schools hosted the Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild Drama Festival. The festival has over 100 schools from around the state that come together and perform one 40-minute play. These plays are then judged and three from each host site are picked to move to the next level. The SSMA helped with provisions and volunteers for the all-day festival. The Central One Federal Credit Union very generously provided a donation to help with the cost of hosting this festival.

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